LUSC SOCIAL LAWN BOWLING CLUB.
Last Thursday afternoon 100 bowlers fronted up for a game at Kew. We wish all our members who are currently sick or injured a speedy recovery and hope to see you back on the greens with us in the near future. The winning rink $10.00 club vouchers were won by Bindi, Ken Kinman, Fred Easterbrook, Bill Hunt, Keith McCosker, Phillip Gibbs, Ron Holmes, Joe Smith and Donald Appleby. The runners-up rink $6.00 club vouchers were won by Jim Turner, Jack Madeley, Neville McCarthy, Wrinkles, John Smith, Kevin Wormald, Warren Bull and Dusty Rhodes. The cash draw winners from the weekly nomination sheet were Dusty Rhodes winning $20.00 with both Don McKirdy and Bob Knox winning $10.00 each. The winner of the delicious family apple pie from the Taste Bakehouse Seymour Street, Laurieton was Graham Myles. The three $25.00 Xmas club raffle winners were Arthur Stewart, Uncle Harry Madeley and Max Tomsett.
Our annual mixed bowls BBQ fun day will be held at the Kew Bowling Club on Sunday 3rd June at 9am for 9.30am start. The dress for the day as usual will be your LUSC club shirt or neat and tidy casual and visitors are welcome to attend. The cost will be $12.00 per head which will include your bowls, lunch and prizes and we will be collecting the annual membership fees on the day as well. The nomination list is displayed on the bowler’s notice board at the LUSC for those wishing to attend this popular mixed bowling function. All inquiries related to the event can be directed to the Bowls Organiser on 65595117.
That is all.
Monday 30th April N/ S 1st Jim Forbes & Mick Mills
2nd Bernard & Mary Salkind 3rd Colin Choat & Cameron Kirton
E/W 1st Pamela Bennett & Lorraine Genge 2nd John & Nola Davies 3rd Sybil Ibbertson & Stuart Baalman.
Thursday 3rd May N/S Margaret Dunlop & Colin Choat 2nd Margaret Sander & Cameron Kirton 3rd Ngaira Green & James Hannah E/W 1st Robin Griffiths & Michele Tredinnickek 2nd Yvonne Breakwell & Bet Matthews 3rd Valerie Clifton & Bill Stallebrass.
Friday 4th May N/S 1st Colin Choat & Bill Stallebrass 2nd Terry & Noelene McKenna 3rd Bev Holt& Cameron Kirton
E/W 1st Margaret Dunlop & Elaine Lockwood 2nd Joan Gillett & Eunice Moran 3rd Pamela Bennett & Bet Matthews
CH District Darts
Assoc Winter Comp
Results for 30th April 2012 were:-
Cheeky Chicks defeated Missing Links 5 games to 4
High scores Gail 100 & 98, Iris 95, Lindy 95; Bev 112
Twisted Sisters defeated Unicorns on a forfeit
Us Plus defeated Red Devils on a forfeit
Men - Bsnes had the bye
Koalas defeated Stuff Ups 5 games to 4
High Score Ron 133; High Peg Ken P 101
Panthers defeated Good Guys 6 games to 3
High Scores David B 140 & 100, Michael 140 & 98; Steve 105
Knights defeated Far Kew 2 7 games to 2
High Scores Steve J 140 & 125, Tony 125
Renegades defeated Terminators 6 games to 3
High Scores Brett 140, Mick McI 140, Peter 134; Mel 140
NHBC SOCIAL GOLF
A fine day but a wet and muddy track did not deter the 20 players that turned up to play a single stableford event last Wednesday. The winner for “A” grade was Terry Rogers and the runner up was Roland Grimmitt. A tightly contested match in “B” grade resulted in Jim Fairbrother winning from Vic Whitby. On the 5th hole Terry Rogers took out the eagle’s nest with a great shot finishing just .87m from the pin. For “B” grade the NTP went to Brian Hudson.On the 8th hole “A” went to Ian Johnston and “B” grade going to Vic Whitby. Putting comp winner for “A” was Peter Ragen and “B” to Col Huntley on a 3 way countback. Next week May 16th a single stableford event and the starters will be Neville McCarthy and Peter Raschke.
Once again we had good weather for our Wednesday bowls and a happy morning was had by all. It was good to have Marion back with us again and also Betty Salter hope you had a good time with us and will be back again to play. The notice is up on the board at LUSC for next Wednesday and also the 16th when we will be having our Mothers Day lunch please put your names down so that we know how many we will be catering for. Our usual good wishes go to all our ladies who are unable to come to bowls hope to be seeing you back soon. D&J.
Winners: Bill Hyde, Ken Posker and Sid Charlwood. Runners Up: No runners up again this week. Good fun night of cards had by all. Lucky door prizes of bags of sweets were won by Ken, Bob & Sid. See you all next week.
There was two three game winning teams this week. After the draw winning team was Catherine Lakeman & Jim Cleary. Consolation winning teams were Betty Westaway & Bill Hyde, Chris Wagner & Jack Caples, Dawn Coombs & Lester Watson. Good turnup for a great evening bowling. See you again next week.
KS & CC Fishing Club
The April outing was held over the weekend of 11th 12th and 13th. Being school holidays, numbers were down but it was good to see the Morgan Boys fishing again. Winners for April were: Sub Junior: Cory Barr. Junior: Daniel Morgan. Mens: Justin Barr. Vet Lady: Margaret Sandersan. Vet Mens: Barry Sandersan. In the deep sea: Allan Sandersan won the mens and Barry Sandersan the Veterans. Overall 61 fish were weighed for 35 kilos. Species caught were luderick, bream, mullet, snapper, flathead and teraglin. Members present were asked about our next outing and as there were no objections it will be held on 11th 12th and 13th May. Sub Junior nominated species is whiting. The weigh in time is 2pm at Kendall Services and Citizens Club. We woud like all members to attend if posible to discuss our participation in the upcoming “Broken Propeller Shield.
North Haven Bowling Club Indoor Bowls
1.5.12: Three game winners were Nan Shotbolt and Julie Collis. Runners Up were Roy Woolgar and Carol Marks. Scratchies went to Betty Twomey. Julia Cunnington, Barbara Woolgar, Betty Westaway, Kevin Coombs, Dorothy Johnston, Kevin Marks and Betty Bradley.
N.H.Bowling & Rec Club Social Darts
May 2: 1st Toni & Geoff, 2nd Josie & Phillip, LHS Josie 125, MHS Tony 135, LHP Anne 62, MHP Mick A 81. Raffle 1st Doug, 2nd Carol, 3rd Phillip, 4th Joan, 5th Phil, 6th Jo. Mystery Peg - 23 not hit. Mugs - Patricia & Phil. Darts are played every Wednesday night. Names in by 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.
Please remember to hand in the new uniform survey back to your coach or Lyn by next Saturday. Next uniform meeting is 29th May. Parents & players are welcome.
31st March 2012
10yrs CAMDEN HAVEN PANEL WORKS The girls played a challenging 1st half but came back strong in the 2nd with everyone playing their best. Andrina and Emerald played an outstanding game and Tyla played great, she never stopped! Callie did a great job as keeper especially not feeling well! A great effort from all the girls.
28th April 2012
LAURIETON UNITED SERVICES CLUB SNR Div 4 Great team effort girls we have not trained for at least four weeks all girls had a great game, Abby, Chloe, Jessy, Ashleigh, Crystal, Taylor, Brooke, Darnica and Bonny. Hope to see you at training. Lisa
WIGGLY TAIL BUTCHERY Div 4 Not the best game on our part but well done to LUSC Snr on a well-deserved win.
5th May 2012
10yrs RIVERVIEW SERVICE CENTRE What a great game by all girls, Layne, Maleena, Jada, Tori, Jorden Wells, Caitlyn, Jorden Greive, Shae & Jazlyn. You all have improved so much in such a short time, three wins from three games well done. Lyn
12yrs RIVERVIEW SNR. The girls were looking forward to getting out on court for their first game in 5 weeks. Well done Mali, Tilley, Ashleigh, Ruby, Ebony, Michaela, Brittany & Sophie. We were beaten on the day by a very well drilled Wauchope Finches team. Thank you, Ebony for being Captain this week. Remember girls keep supporting each other and always keep your heads held high. See you at training on Thursday. Katrina
LAURIETON UNITED SERVICES CLUB Div 4 -These girls are all playing some great netball keep up the great work. Abby, Jessy, Crystal, Danica, Ashleigh, Brooke, Taylah, Bonny and Chloe. See you at training. Lisa
WIGGLY TAIL BUTCHERY Div 4 – We didn’t have a win but I was really pleased how everyone played this week. Riley & Eliza had the best games I’ve seen them play this season. Sophie had a blinder in WA, Tara & Chloe worked hard in defence, Tazle had springs in shoes with all the jumping she did against a much taller opposition. Brooke is finding her way around the circle and is working well with Ashleigh & Taylee.
CAMDEN HAVEN TRAVELWORLD- Great win girls, the passes were more accurate and most of you are coming forward! Nikki, Natalie, Sarah, Emily and Kirra were all on fire in attack, controlled by centre Deannah. Joanna, Jade and Grace kept the other team to minimum goals. Some of you are learning other positions which is fantastic because it makes you all the more versatile and in a strong team you need to be! On that note Em, thanks for playing wing attack - we know you love to shoot you played well and with great humour. Welcome Grace (you get the sportsmanship award for this week), you will be a great asset to our defence in the coming weeks. Best and Fairest this week went to... Nikki, who had a fantastic game! See you all on court! Anne
CAMDEN HAVEN TOUCH
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Round 11 Wednesday 9th May 2012
5:45pm Field 1 D & B Latham Building Vs Martin Lighting & Electrical
(Ref Bonny Hills Tavern)
5:45pm Field 2 Lake Cathie Medical Centre Vs 5 Star Floor Sanding
(Ref Surf Club)
5:45pm Field 3 Eagles Vs Laurieton Hotel
(Ref Mick Murray)
6:30pm Field 1 Bonny Hills Tavern Vs Surf Club
(Ref D & B Latham Building)
6:30pm Field 2 Crystal Cut Vs Faddy Builders
(Ref 5 Star Floor Sanding)
6:30pm Field 3 Hurd Haulage Vs T B Tilers
(Ref Lake Cathie Medical Centre)
Major Winner was our new member Col
Runner up Pepe Green
Minor Winner Keith Raicevich
Runner up Greg Boland
Snooker on 03/05/12
Major Winner Glen Kunze
Runner up Terry Sykes
Minor Winner Col
Runner up Wayne Lennard
Important : There will be no snooker on Tuesday 15th May, however we will be playing on Monday 14th May.
Hope to see you there.
A fine and crisp morning saw 10 starters (including Andrew who hasn't been out for a while) on the tee for a stableford multiplier event, but wait who is that in the carpark, Dave and George, who else! So we had 12 starters, very good considering the Ironman prevented a number of players from coming. The course is still pretty wet in places and there wasn't much run on the fairways. Andrew was a bit rusty early but came home with a couple of good pars. Josh was doing it a bit tough while Paul and I started ok then faded somewhat. (I know, keep your head down!) . Up ahead Bob had some unpleasant words to say to his clubs while it sounded like Trev and Phil were accumulating some points (you always know Phil is going well when you hear his little he'he'he'chuckle). Mick and TonyM were picking up some points. George and Dave?, well they seemed to be enjoying themselves. George especially enjoyed the last green, or he would have if he had got on it, just think of all the bunker practice you had. Balls in A Grade to Josh NTP on the 9th, Paul on the 10th (would have won the eagles nest, but we all forgot to measure it). Longdrive to Mick. In B Grade NTP on the 9th to Andrew, 10th to Dave. No one for longdrive. Ladies Hole to Josh and second shot to Tony M. Winners on the day were Trev and (let's have a multiplier every week) Phil with 69 pts. Bringing up the rear were Dave and George. This Sunday is Mothers Day, so get a leave pass, get out to Golf then you can go home and spoil Mum. See ya Sunday.
LAKE CATHIE/BONNY HILLS RAIDERS JRLFC
It was a chilly Saturday morning at Stuart Park when the Raiders took on the Sharks. It was exciting to see the lads off loading the ball and backing each other up, Joe B was a stand out showing his team mates how it is done. Matthew made valuable metres with his strong hit ups and it was great to see him so involved in the game. Ewan once again gave his all from dummy half, determination getting him close the the try line a few times. Joe L continues to prove to be a valuable asset to the team with his fast legs and stepping skill. Hudson, Noah, Kade, David and Tyler all played well. Mitchell again pulled off some spectacular try saving tackles. Lachlan stole a try from dummy half and made a few breaks. Player of the week went to Aston for his all round game skill, scoring a great try and directing the play on the field. Great team effort! see you all at training on Thursday 4.30. Tom and Brad.
This weeks game was lead by our captain Izac against the Breakers. Congratulations to Man of the match Logan his first game of footy was one to be proud off showing us some big runs and awesome tackles. This week’s supporter award went to Izac for a outstanding performance all game with another try under his belt. Hudson, Declan, Tallin & Drew had some big hit ups. Johan, Sam & Michael showed off their stepping getting a try each why Hudson went away with a double. Next Saturdays a home game with a family fun disco night to follow at the bowling club see you all there.
The Mighty Camden Haven Eagles ventured up to Port Macquarie to take on the evenly matched Port Macquarie Breakers.
The boys were keen to get onto the paddock as their season had started with a washout and a bye.
Izach Dennis, Dane Chapman and Blake Steep were eager to take the ball up and completed an impressive 6 hit ups in total, Daniel Obrien, Aaron Coulter and Levi Berry completed 5 hit ups each, Harry Twomey and Jake Paterson completed 4 hit ups. The boys showed great ball handling skills and managed to keep a good grip on the leather while barging their way up the field.
The tackle count was one by a very hard working Rhys Hanlon with 15 tackles completed, followed by Blake Steep with 9, Dane Chapman with 8, and Levi Berry and Ethan Crossfield with 7 each. Well done boys, your defence game is second to none.
Although The Breakers were first to cross the tryline the boys responded quick and fast crossing the tryline a total of 7 compared to Port Breakers 3.
Dane Chapman managed to cross the tryline twice, Bryce Cook, Jaspa Calicetto, Izach Dennis, Rhys Hanlon and Blake Steep all scored a try a piece.
Well done Boys a win for your first game of the season, I am sure there are many more to come!!.
CH REDBACKS JUNIOR SOCCER
Welcome to the new season, our Under 7 team consists of Brodhie, Jaz, Tayte, Charlie, Riley, Max and Jack. All boys are ready to go for the season. We have just played our third game and what a start, the boys are on fire, with Jaz, Tayte and Brodhie certainly hungry for the ball, Riley and Charlie are our excellent defenders, however this week Charlie definitely changed his game plan and got right into the action and managed to get himself voted player of the week, congratulations mate. Brodhie what can I say but wow what a change from last year. Things have certainly clicked for you, keep it up. We welcome Max and Jack as our new comers, we wish you a great season with us and hope you have lots of fun. Thank you to our parents your support and encouragement certainly makes it more fun on Saturdays with the boys excited to be there to play the game. Look forward to an excellent season with lots and lots of great games.
Camden Haven Whites Under 12’s
Well done to the boys for their convincing win over Wauchope Bullocks on Saturday at home. With most of the action up one end of the field the boys scored 9 goals all up; 3 for Ethan Eames, 1 for Jackson, 3 for Jacob and 2 for Tarn. Well done to Tarn and Jacob for being busy near the goal to get their foot on some loose balls that the goal keeper had dropped.
Our next game is at Kempsey, Kemp St @ 9 AM.
See you all at training.
In our previous 2 games we won one and lost one and in our 3rd outing we played a strong Port saints side and went down one nil. A very suspect offside we all thought - any how we played hard & strong throughout the match and were unlucky not to have an equalizer. Paris, having an excellent game, let one fly from a fair distance only to see it sail over the cross bar late in the match. We are beginning to understand positions and each others play and we will get better. Keep having fun. This week a late one, 8.40, at Wayne Richards. See you at training.
Bonny Hills Hotel Social Golf Club
Nineteen keen golfers took on the challenge of travel along triathlon affected roads to travel to Wauchope Country Club last Sunday to contest a two ball handicap event. Winners on the day were Rowley Whitehead and Craig Jennings with a net score of 111. Runners up were Paul Potts and Tony Carroll with a net 121. Rowley’s scoring was much better than the previous two games (in more ways than one) with Craig apparently “policing” his scorecard closely. The best individual gross scores on the day were Tony Carroll 75, Eric Wade 76 with Jacko and Craig Jennings 78. Winner of the longest men’s drive on the 13th was Dave Middlebrook with a monster whilst sister Wendy was the winner of the Ladies long drive on the same hole. Dave, a school teacher, had a mixed day not quite playing to his handicap. He later claimed that the stress of playing after receiving a warning that in the future he will have to bring a note explaining his lateness proved too much. Men’s nearest the pin on the 4th was Tony Carroll and men’s nearest the pin 2nd shot on the 7th was Jacko. All round sportsman Jacko excused himself from cooking duties for the day as he had to contest another championship event later in the day and needed to rest up. Chef for the day was Paul Dickson who performed admirably and the high standards of culinary delights that members have become accustomed to was maintained. Have you ever noticed that the game of golf appeals to the idiot in us and the child. Just how childlike golfers are is proven by their frequent inability to count past five. The next game will be on 20th May Camden Haven at 8.00am for an individual stroke event. We then back up the next week (27th May) at Wauchope for match play competition. See you there.
LUSC Mens Sunday Euchre 29/4/12
Winners: Kevin Thomson, Charlie Hall. Runners Up: Bill Hyde, Ron South. Lucky Door: Linsey Moore.
6/5/12. Winners: Jimbo Gill, Bill Hyde, Runners Up: Don Appleby, Linsey Moore. Lucky Door: Linsey Moore